tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 11, 2017 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 756. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] hot crowd out there. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, baby. thank you for being here. [ cheers and applause ] well, here's what people are talking about. this morning, president trump
fake news and threatened to revoke nbc's broadcast license. [ laughter ] americans are like, "hey, you can threaten our democracy, but you do not mess with "this is us." i mean this -- [ cheers and applause ] then later in the day, trump said it's disgusting that the press is able to write whatever it wants to write. [ laughter ] when asked about the first amendment, he said, "is that the one that says not to talk about fight club?" [ laughter ] because i know that one. i also know the second one. and everybody's talking about this. last night at the b.e.t. awards, eminem did a a four-minute freestyle rap criticizing trump. of course, the president isn't just going to ignore something like that. so today, trump clapped back with a freestyle rap of his own. [ laughter ] it's a clapback. check this out. ♪ ♪ boom boom boom boom knock knock bum bum bum china ♪
hello ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello? hello. >> steve: hello. >> jimmy: i think trump was mad. >> steve: was he really? >> jimmy: trump was mad, but he was also a little confused. today he told people to boycott the m&m store. >> steve: are you serious? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: reese's pieces are the best. [ laughter ] they should have their own store. [ light laughter ] meanwhile, attorney general jeff sessions has been trying to crack down on marijuana use across the country, and obama's former attorney general said it's basically an obsession for him. yeah, check out what sessions had to say about it. he said, "my position is that marijuana should not be legal anywhere in the united states of america." blaa -- [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: guys, i read that kim jong-un wants to make the site of his missile launches a a tourist destination for families. [ laughter ] but for kids to go on the
>> steve: really? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's the only -- only thing they're asking. big sports story here. u.s. men's soccer team failed to qualify for the world cup. [ audience ohs ] after losing to trinidad and tobago last night. in response, trump was like, "why did america have to play two countries at the same time?" rigged. [ laughter ] that sucks. [ applause ] believe me. check this out. amazon just announced that teens can now shop on their parents' accounts, but the order will only go through if mom and dad approve it. or if they click the button that says, mom and dad approve it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i'll wait for dad to see if he can click this button. amazon's also working with a a company to deliver items to the trunk of your car. [ light laughter ] the company has a very interesting name. the mafia. very interesting. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a great crowd tonight. we have a great show tonight. >> steve: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love it! we do love it when she stops by. she couldn't be cooler. from the new movie "goodbye christopher robin", margot robbie is here. look at her on the cover -- [ cheers and applause ] magazine. >> steve: she's a delight. >> jimmy: margot robbie. >> steve: just fantastic. >> jimmy: it's a great movie too. margot and i later on, we're gonna go head-to-head in a game of "box of lies." >> steve: ooh. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: so be sure to stick around for that. yeah, plus he's the star of the fox series, "the gifted", stephen moyer is dropping by. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very talented. today's his birthday. >> steve: is it really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: and we have great stand-up from rachel feinstein. [ cheers and applause ] on the show tonight, comedian rachel feinstein.
[ applause ] hey, guys, if you know me, you know that i love seeing what new products are coming on the market. problem -- problem is over 30,000 new products are launched every year, and with that many, it's hard to know which products are the best. well, don't worry, because i've got someone who's going to help us figure it all out in a new segment called "what to buy." here we go. ♪ what to buy what to buy what to buy ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, this is jo firestone, our new products correspondent. hey, jo, thank you for joining us. >> oh, thank you for having me, jimmy. >> jimmy: hey, how are you? [ light laughter ] now, you've scoured the internet for new and interesting products to show us tonight and i've agreed to buy -- i'm going to buy one of them from you. >> yes, you will. yes. >> jimmy: yes. but i have to warn you, i'm not easily impressed. i'm a tough sell, so you've got your work cut out for you. >> that's fine. i've been to harvard business school and back. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. here we go. what have we got first? what are we talking about here? >> the first thing we got first
a sport time football snack dispenser, okay? >> jimmy: uh-huh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> this is really great. >> jimmy: i don't know if i would need this. >> no, no, this is good if you want to serve your friends m&ms one at a time or look, it's -- [ light laughter ] there you go. there you go. there you go. just three at a time. that's good. this is -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. why would you ever want to do that? i mean, why not just put this in a bowl or something? >> well, i mean, look, it's -- it's easy to load. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you do -- how do you load it? >> oh, yeah. i actually don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how did this get in here? >> i don't know. i don't know. oh, you know what? maybe we don't shake it. >> jimmy: okay, all right. don't shake it. >> okay, but see, this is great. you know, this is the kind of thing where you could do it -- what could you put in here? >> jimmy: m&ms. [ light laughter ] but what else do you have? >> what else, what else? >> jimmy: uh, gumballs. >> gumballs, true. >> jimmy: i love gumballs at a a party. >> let me ask you a question. >> jimmy: yeah huh. >> i know you love gumballs at a party, but say you're eating chicken. what if it's too dry? [ laughter ]
>> okay, so then -- so then we have -- look at this. what if it was hot sauce. >> jimmy: oh, all right, all right, all right. all right, now we're talking. >> okay, this is really good. >> jimmy: all right, i don't mind this. yeah. so this -- you have the -- >> yes, there you go. there you go -- put it under. put it under. there you go. there you go. yeah. >> jimmy: ew. [ laughter ] there it goes, yep. all right, how much does that retail for? >> oh, i don't know. probably 70. >> jimmy: all right. good. $70? >> who knows? [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know about that. i'm not sure about that one. what do you have next here? >> oh, this next one is really good. this is -- you ever get -- you ever get outside when it's raining? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i've been known to go outside now and then, yeah. >> what's the worst part? >> jimmy: oh, yogeu wet t. >> oh! >> jimmy: right? >> yes. >> jimmy: that is unbelievable. >> it's unbelievable. so that's why we got the hands-free umbrella hat cap. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. okay. [ light laughter ] do this -- okay.
you want to try it on? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't really want to. >> that's it. yeah, just ease it on down. there you go. there it goes. [ cheers and applause ] that's good, yeah. that's good. >> jimmy: yeah. >> look at this. are you ready? >> jimmy: we'll see how it goes. >> you ready -- you ready to stay dry? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm going to stay dry. here we go. >> you staying dry? >> jimmy: no, i'm soaking wet. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: i'm soaking wet. thank you very much. >> okay. all right. okay. here, you want me to help you take that one off? >> jimmy: no, i got it. i got it. >> if you would just run backwards, i'll -- oh, no, oh -- [ laughter ] yeah. [ applause ] it's good -- >> jimmy: how much is that worth? >> this is at least $30. >> jimmy: you're making up prices. this is insane. [ light laughter ] what else have we got here? >> this next one, what's coming up? >> jimmy: your birthday. >> no. no. oh, no.
birthday? >> don't worry about it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what's coming up? thanksgiving. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah, sure. yeah -- >> jimmy: halloween. halloween. >> i mean, any of them. sure. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what -- what were you thinking of? what's coming up? >> the cool -- cool weather. okay, so it's cool weather. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i should have guessed the cool, cool, cool weather is coming up. yes, of course. yes. the cool, cool, cool weather. yes, so what do you do? >> and that's exactly why we have the barbarian octopus beanie. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't quite understand why anyone would -- >> well, now, this is the kind -- sorry. she's my sister. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is based on your sister? >> this is based on my sister's head. but that's not the important part. the important part, look at this. look at this. look at this. isn't this fun? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, that's not bad. [ applause ] >> look at this. this is great. we look li a
this is great. we look fun. >> jimmy: i think this really -- yeah, this is fun. this one, i kind of -- i totally understand this one. >> this is cute. it keeps the front of your face warm, which never is warm. [ light laughter ] yeah, this is very good. now, do you want to buy any of these yet? how do you feel? you feel like you love -- >> jimmy: i'm on the fence. i'm on the fence. yeah, i don't know which one i want to buy. >> i totally get that because, you know, that's why i saved the best for last. >> jimmy: okay. >> this is the best one. now, we got to bring out. this is very important. questlove, could i get like a a real juicy drum roll? yeah, okay, so this is -- this is really great. come along here. this is really great. this is the one person rejuvenator. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay? oh, sorry. it's over. okay. so -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: wasn't that juicy, yeah. the one-person rejuvenator. >> i already said it.
>> jimmy: this is exciting. all right so what do i do here? >> okay, it's very warm in here. this is like a personal little sauna area. it's like you can take it anywhere. [ laughter ] so, you want to try to get in? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay, so this is -- this is very warm and you sit in here. >> jimmy: do you have to have a a chair? >> yeah, you sit -- yeah, sit in a chair. >> jimmy: chair doesn't come with it. >> it's very warm in here. i will warn you. it's very warm. >> jimmy: okay, all right, this is very interesting here. so i get in this thing and you get -- you put a chair in -- this guy. >> yeah. uh-oh. let's zip you up, okay? so, there we go. you're going to get rejuvenated. okay. [ light laughter ] doesn't that feel good? >> jimmy: yeah, i feel a little trapped. >> oh, sure. [ light laughter ] but doesn't it feel like -- when i'm in my rejuvenator rejuvenating, i like to read -- i like to read "the goldfinch" by donna tartt. you know, just settle down with it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a very long book. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, do you want to try it out? >> jimmy: yeah of course, i've already read it, but sure. i'll read -- i'll read the last page. >> last page, okay. >> jimmy: i'll read the last line. >> okay.
>> jimmy: it was all a dream. >> no! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's true, it was all a dream. >> no. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i got to get out of this thing. i got to get out of this thing. i got to get out of this thing. >> okay. i understand. >> jimmy: yeah, it's fantastic. >> it's too hot. you want to buy it? >> jimmy: no, i don't want to buy it. [ light laughter ] all right, all right. i think i know what i want to buy. i like this guy. >> that's wonderful. it's thousands of dollars. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how much is this one? i think this is the one right here. >> yeah, well, it's about $19.99 but there's a surcharge. >> jimmy: do you take paypal? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, perfect. jo firestone, everybody. i like this hat. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for all these great products. jo firestone. stick around. we'll be right back with margot robbie, everybody. you should get this hat here. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ liberty mutual stood with me when this guy got a flat tire in the middle of the night.
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ladies and gentlemen, please welcome margot robbie! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we love having you here. >> i love being here. >> jimmy: i really do. it's so much fun having you here. how you doing? >> i know. i love coming on your show. >> jimmy: you do? >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: oh, please. i want to talk about the movie because i did love it. and i love winnie the pooh, so to see the story behind it and it's kind of dark behind it. but we'll get into it. it's a very, very interesting story. first of all, i want to say, do you live in new york? >> i wish i still lived in new york. no. i'm kind of all over at the moment. >> jimmy: because i see you now and then at ranger games. >> yeah. oh, yeah, i'm a big -- yeah, i'm a big rangers fan. >> jimmy: big rangers fan, yeah. so you go to the ranger games all the time, which is fantastic. >> well, the first place i lived in in america was new york, so i was automatically a rangers fan. >> jimmy: ah. >> yeah.
into it. i mean, i've seen you -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: i've seen this photo of you -- i don't know if you've seen this. >> embarrassing photos out there, yeah. >> jimmy: it's kind of -- but i mean, no, i like this. i don't know if you saw this photo here. >> oh, visuals. >> jimmy: this is you. looks like you're falling. [ laughter ] looks like you were dropped from the rafters. [ laughter ] is that a retired jersey that you picked up in the rafters and then fell down? [ light laughter ] you look like you're midair like -- this looks like a roller coaster. that's not -- that's you just going off. >> i literally -- every time i try and, like, give myself a a pep talk. like, "don't be too animated." like, people -- like, i've learned that sometimes when i go to the game, i get photographed. i'm like, "keep it cool, keep it cool." but then at some point i get swept up in the game, and -- >> jimmy: no, you have to do that. >> i get too into it. >> jimmy: no, that's what a fan does. >> and then the embarrassing photos come out. >> jimmy: no, they're really -- yeah. but no, this is not embarrassing because it's you. this looks cool. i just love that you get that into it. but you were saying that you do like -- now and then they put you on the jumbotron. >> yes. i've seen you on it before. >> jimmy: yeah. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: i never know what to do when i'm on there. >> oh, it's so awkward. >> jimmy: you wave hi and then
no, but it's like uncomfortably long that you're held on the jumbotron. >> jimmy: you don't know what to do. i can't do a comedy bit or do other things, so i'm just kind of like waving. >> yeah, what do you do, actually, when you're on the jumbotron? give me some advice. >> jimmy: i mean, sometimes -- i mean -- sometimes i just wear my ski mask. [ laughter ] this is fantastic. >> yeah, why not? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you show up, yeah -- just like, "hi, how's it going?" [ applause ] you know? and just like that. you know, that sort of stuff. >> i should do that next time. i'm glad we had this conversation. >> jimmy: i do. i never know what to do. [ light laughter ] and so, i ended up just like -- i never know what to do. >> i never know what to do either, and for the first three seconds, i'm fine, but i still do something embarrassing like a double wave, which i never do unless i'm, you know, walking out on to one of these shows or on the jumbotron. so -- this is embarrassing. and then it holds it and holds it and holds it and i'm like, i don't know what else to do. >> jimmy: well, you told me that. and so we actually saw if we could get a scre g
doing the double wave, which i just think is so -- [ laughter ] i never really -- i don't even see you doing the double wave, ever. did you do it tonight? >> no, i never did. i tried to do a double wave. >> jimmy: and all of a sudden you're doing like a show tune, like -- ♪ hello my baby hello my darling hello, my ragtime gal ♪ [ laughter ] i just love that you go to the games and get so crazy because i didn't even know that you were a giant hockey fan until recently. i saw a photo of -- is it two halloweens ago, maybe? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you and your buddies dressed as the mighty ducks. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: is that what got you into hockey? >> no -- well yeah, i mean, growing up and watching "the mighty ducks." and i love "the mighty ducks." and i always wanted to play ice hockey. and then, finally when i moved to america, i joined a league and stuff, but yeah -- >> jimmy: you were in like a a hockey league? >> yeah, just briefly when i wasn't, like, under contract, working, because you're not allowed to do it while you're working. but yeah, no. so for halloween, we all got mighty ducks jerseys and we like ran around new york in a a flying v formation. [ light laughter ] and we didn't even have to prompt it. the people on the streets would start being like, "quack,
>> audience: quack, quack, quack, quack! [ applause ] >> jimmy: here they are, the mighty ducks! right there. [ cheers and applause ] that would be a good -- i'm just saying -- that's a good reboot, man. >> yeah, until you get to a a club and they're like, "you have to check the hockey sticks at the door." [ light laughter ] that's a weapon. >> jimmy: you can't bring in hockey sticks. >> yes, so it's go to this club, check our hockey sticks. >> jimmy: but i love that you would only walk in the v formation. >> oh, a hundred percent, yes. [ light laughter ] flying v. all the way. >> jimmy: the flying v, man, absolutely. let's talk about your film, "goodbye christopher robin." first of all, beautiful. it's shot beautifully. >> jimmy: so it's a.a. milne, who did the -- >> he's the author of the books. >> jimmy: "winnie the pooh." it's an interesting story. he was in world war i, and he had ptsd. >> yeah, but they really didn't know what that was back then. no one really spoke about it. yeah, it was just a tough time. but i never knew that the "winnie the pooh" books were kind of borne out of that and that it -- the reason they were -- well, part of the reason they were so popular, apart from the fact that they're brilliant, butt
was so damaged at the time and people really needed that, you know, little world to escape to. >> jimmy: escapism, yeah. and it's based on his son, well, your son in the movie. who's that kid, by the way? >> will tilston. he's incredible. >> jimmy: holy moly! >> just nine years old and his first film and he's such an amazing actor. >> jimmy: wait 'til you see -- >> such an amazing guy. >> jimmy: the cutest kid. >> he's so cute. he's got dimples. >> jimmy: he has a little like bowl haircut. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. the haircut. >> jimmy: oh, he's so cute. i was like -- >> this poor thing had to go to school with that haircut until like filming was over. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: he gets to hang out with margot robbie all day. [ laughter ] that kid's doing fine. i do want to show a clip. here's margot robbie in "goodbye christopher robin." take a look at this. >> well i say, billy moon, this is an unexpected pleasure. have you come to see my woods? >> are they really your woods? >> oh, yes, as far as the eye can see. well, a bear does feel more at home in the woods amongst wild animals. >> are they really wild animals?
>> i can't continue this conversation 'til we've been properly introduced. >> i'm billy moon, and you're teddy bear. >> edward bear if you don't mind. >> i don't like that name. mommy will help us think of a a new one. >> you do know it's just me talking, not the bear. i was just playing for you. >> yes. i was just joining in. >> of course. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's really magical. it's amazing. margot robbie, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "goodbye christopher robin" is in select theaters on friday. go check it out. margot and i are playing "box of lies" when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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off in a game of "box of lies." [ cheers and applause ] here's how it works. upstage are a bunch of boxes containing objects neither of us has seen before. taking turns, we're going to select a box and open it on our side of the table, out of view of the other person. you remove the object from the box, show it to the audience. and then look at your opponent and tell them what's in your box. you have to -- they have to guess if you are lying or telling the truth. we will play three rounds. margot, why don't you pick first? >> i go first? >> jimmy: yeah. please. good at this? good at lying? >> i'm a terrible liar, actually. [ laughter ] or is that a lie, and i'm really good at this? >> jimmy: oh. [ audience oohs ] sneaky already. >> i'm in your head, jimmy. i'm in your head. >> jimmy: i know, yeah. oh, oh, i can see the box is a a bit heavy. >> it is. >> jimmy: yeah, well, maybe not. okay, good. all right. >> hey. oh! >> jimmy: hey, hey, ho, ho. >> saucy. [ laughter ] kind of risqué for -- >> jimmy: really? >> i mean, it is a night -- a la
>> jimmy: risque? [ laughter ] >> ooh. >> jimmy: really? saucy? something saucy? kind of risqué? >> i mean, it's kind of sexy. like, i -- [ laughter ] i mean, you're kind of in it. >> jimmy: okay. wow. >> because it's your head. and it's like the body of the character -- like jess -- the red dress lady. jessica -- rabbit? >> jimmy: rabbit? >> roger rabbit? jessica rabbit? >> jimmy: yeah. from "roger rabbit." >> yes. your head -- >> jimmy: my head on -- >> on her body. and you look great. >> jimmy: jessica rabbit's body? >> you look good. >> jimmy: and i look good. >> you look great. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: my head has never been in doll form. so -- >> i mean -- >> jimmy: really? so it's my head? maybe somebody made my head and put it on a jessica rabbit body. >> well it's like a bobble head sort of -- like a bobble head doll. >> jimmy: i did have a bobble head doll.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> right. well here it is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. but the bobble head's a giant head. it would have to be a giant jessica rabbit. i don't know -- >> might have been proportional. >> jimmy: if that's physically -- >> it looks good. i think it looks good. >> jimmy: see right there, you just busted yourself. >> they should sell these. >> jimmy: i think you lie! you did it? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] oh, that was actually pretty good. that was very good. i was like, wait, there's not much to do with that lobster. okay, here i go. >> i went with the red theme. >> jimmy: no, you're very good. what am i looking for? no problem. here you go. >> do i put the box down? >> jimmy: oh, sure. [ laughter ] [ groaning ] >> oh, come on. please. i'm not falling for this, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, my back! my back is killing me. oh! oh. saucy. >> saucy. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: let's see. >> that sexy, huh? [ laughter ] i don't know what to make of this. >> jimmy: i'm very familiar with this. >> okay. it's ice cream. >> oh. >> jimmy: in a -- in a -- in a -- looks like a houston astros hat. a baseball hat -- upside down baseball hat, but interesting enough they have trump hair. looks like trump's hair is sprinkled on top. [ laughter ] >> just want to recap. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. [ light laughter ] >> there's ice cream. >> jimmy: ice cream in a a plastic, upside-down baseball cap. >> i'm going to say that's a a lie. >> jimmy: gosh, you're so right. >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: i didn't know what to do. that's so bizarre. i didn't know how to make anything up. >> that is really bizarre. >> jimmy: this is the -- this is -- this is the tiebreaker right here. whoever wins the next round wins the full thing. >> i hate losing to you, jimmy. i don't want to lose. >> jimmy: no, hey, i won't let you lose unless you do. [ laughter ] margot, you choose. you choose a box in this one. audience? [ audience yelling ] >> my favorite number, so i'm going to go with -- >> jimmy: you like two? >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that your birthday? >> yeah, i'm born on the second. how original. >> jimmy: no, i like that. >> oh! actually. >> jimmy: all right. that kinda sounded heavy, too. ♪ here we go. thank you, roots. now, they're playing music. now, i can't hear anything. all right. this is all part of the thing. all right, i'm looking at your reaction.
[ laughter ] it's a -- >> jimmy: would i have this on my desk at work? >> probably. [ laughter ] i think most people would have it. >> jimmy: don't play along. please. [ laughter ] what is it? what is it? >> it's kind of like a -- you could -- this is why it could be used on your desk. you could use it as a paper weight. >> jimmy: okay. >> but you probably wouldn't. but you could if you wanted to. it's kind of like a -- like a a dish, like a salad-y, glass crystal-y bowl. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and it's filled with band-aids. so that's kind of gross. >> jimmy: oh, weird. >> so, you wouldn't have that on your desk. >> jimmy: no. yeah. yeah. like open band-aids? >> no, they are just like the band-aid packet. and then there's like -- like a a little toy car just sitting on the top. i don't know what it's doing there. >> jimmy: you -- you kind of lost your accent a little bit describing it. >> i did not. so, that makes me think that
[ light laughter ] you'd be like -- [ poor australian accent ] "there's a band-aid in a bowl, a paper weight." [ laughter ] you didn't say that. you said, "it's a band-aid in a -- hey, ho, hey." >> hey, hey, there's a a band-aid. i'm going to say you lie! >> yes, i lie. >> jimmy: yes! oh my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] what was it? oh, it's nicolas cage and an egg and a bird. >> is it nicolas cage? >> jimmy: i think it's nicolas cage. i have no idea. i think it's nicolas cage. margot robbie either way, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for playing. >> thank you. it was fabulous. >> jimmy: i love you. "goodbye christopher robin" is in select theaters this friday. stephen moyer joins us after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] take o? (sigh) ( ♪ )
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented actor who you can see in the new series, "the gifted," airing mondays at 9:00 p.m. on fox. everyone please welcome stephen moyer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much for being here, stephen. nice to see you. >> how you doing? >> jimmy: you look good, man. look sharp. >> i put a whistle on for you. >> jimmy: yeah. is that what it's called? >> whistle and flute made suit. it's english. cockney rhyming slg.
>> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> yeah, well, you always wear a suit. >> jimmy: whistle and flute -- >> i'm usually -- whistle and flute. >> jimmy: you look sharp and today is your birthday. for real, right? >> it is, it is, yeah. >> jimmy: happy birthday, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love you so much that i thought, what would i really like to do for my birthday? [ light laughter ] i'll fly to new york and see jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. no, i appreciate you being here, especially on your birthday. do you have a big celebration on your birthday? >> actually, this year, we're going to do -- i haven't seen anna and the babes for a while, because they've been working. and i've been working, and so i'm just going to go back to l.a. and have a very quiet weekend, not like before where she's obviously, she's been throwing some pretty big parties for me, and we had -- we had an indian elvis. she found me this very famous indian man who does elvis impersonations and he's brilliant. [ laughter ] yeah, no, he's like the real deal. >> jimmy: yeah, and so he just came and just sang elvis songs? >> no, he is, like, legit. he does 68 -- he does the black '68 number and then he goes into -- he changes and then comes out 70s.
>> jimmy: oh, you'll get to see the full elvis. >> yeah, yeah. and i got up and did a number with him. it was really just so that i got to sing "trouble," with elvis, which is my favorite. >> jimmy: ah, fantastic. >> and then we -- and then a a couple years later, my daughter had this ping-pong birthday, which was this great table tennis, like, club in london, and anna was like, "let's turn this into your birthday." so we then had a karaoke night, singing and playing table tennis at the same time. which isn't as easy as it sounds. >> jimmy: yeah, but that sounds fun though either way, though. [ imitating tap dancing ] >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. [ talking over each other ] >> that was me playing ping-pong. >> jimmy: yeah, no, i understood. >> yeah, you got it. >> jimmy: i thought you were tap dancing while you were playing, while you were doing karaoke. >> well, you can't see my feet. i am. >> jimmy: no, you are. oh, well, congratulations, yeah. i want to talk about this new show. now, this is in the x-men universe? >> yeah. >> and it's about a family who find out that one of their kids is a mutant. and in our world, it's legal to
to use your powers. and we find out -- i actually am a prosecutor who works as a district attorney and he prosecutes people who use their powers and he puts them away. and he finds out that his kid has these powers and he knows that he'll get put away so we all go on the run. and it's about this kind of relationship between us finding out who our kids really are and you know, the x-men universe has always stood up for civil rights and the lgbtq community and people who are different. so it's about that. and it's fantastic. and it's funny, and it's-- >> jimmy: and you're in it. so we're going to love it. we're going to enjoy it. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. i'm excited about that. now, i want to -- i wanted to give you a birthday present, but i think -- i was like, i think i got you a basket of cheese. did you get that? >> yes, you got me a basket of cheese. i'm a bit of a cheese fan. so, yes you did. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> a basket of cheese sounds so weird. >> jimmy: yeah, no.
to you out here because i'd go, oh, what are we going to do with a basket of cheese? just give it to you? but i thought, what could be a a good present for stephen moyer? and we do love you and you know i'm a fan, and every time you're on the show, i either ask you about singing, or i ask you to sing and you brought up karaoke. and i thought, what would be the dream gift but to do karaoke with the roots? >> what, with those guys? >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] what is your -- is it elvis? what is your go-to? do you have a song that you enjoy? >> my favorite band of all time are the jam. >> jimmy: paul weller. the jam? >> paul weller, yes. >> jimmy: oh, i love the jam. >> do you know -- do you know "town called malice"? there's a great bass part in "town called malice." exactly that. >> jimmy: is that the note? i didn't even know -- >> oh, this is -- >> jimmy: what is the note? ♪ do you mind? >> all right, here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy birthday! ♪
'cause it's the one we'll never know ♪ ♪ and quit running for that runaway bus 'cause those rosy days are few ♪ ♪ and stop apologizing for the things you've never done 'cause time is short ♪ ♪ and life is cruel but it's up to us to change this town called malice ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh my goodness! you can do -- do paul weller. [ cheers and applause ] stephen moyer, everybody! happy birthday! [ cheers and applause ] "the gifted" airs mondays at 9:00 p.m. on fox. we'll be right back with stand-up from rachel feinstein. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ rows and rows of disused milk floats stand dying in the dairy yard and a hundred lonely ♪ ♪ housewives clutch empty milk bottles to their hearts hanging out their old love letters on the line to dry ♪ ♪ i'll have the langoustine lobster ravioli. for you, sir? the original call was for langoustine ravioli. a langoustine
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parents, and i did not get that reaction. so that was great. [ light laughter ] they're just sort of vaguely confused by me. but i try to remember that, you know, they grew up in a simpler time. like my dad's high school girlfriend dumped him because he didn't have enough school spirit. [ light laughter ] which i think is the best reason ever to dump someone. that makes me want to go back in time just so i can be like, "i'm sorry, wally. you know what's coming. [ laughter ] you don't have enough school spirit. it's over. oh, don't be cross. i just don't think i can put out, unless you get more enthusiastic about the wildcats." [ cheers and applause ] thank you. and my dad is on facebook. i don't know if anybody has a a parent on facebook. but it's so upsetting. he's -- he's very active. his profile picture is so confusing. he's just sort of glaring into the distance. [ laughter ] i'm li"w
that picture?" he looks actively furious. [ laughter ] just has this confusing, haunting expression. and then he writes these long, political, unstable rants on facebook. [ laughter ] and he doesn't understand how to edit what he's written so he edits by putting a comment beneath what he just wrote in the comments section. [ laughter ] so it will be like, "i want to apologize, but in the passion of my earlier statement, i've misspelled the following words." [ laughter ] [ applause ] and then he likes his own comments. [ laughter ] and my mom likes to log in and use my father's facebook page. she goes, "me and your father, we share a facebook page." i'm like, that's not a thing. you can't make that a thing. dad has his own demonic page, and that's his. and she goes, "well, i like to log into your father's account because i like to tell all your girlfrnd
[ laughter ] [ applause ] so it's a disaster. it just looks like my father is hitting on all my friends. [ laughter ] any time any of my girlfriends posts a picture of themselves, my dad will -- like, literally, my mom will leap on to my father's facebook page and be like, "my goodness, what a foxy figure you have, lisa. [ laughter ] now, i just refuse to believe you ever had a baby with that smoking hot bod. [ laughter ] you are a real dish." [ laughter ] and then there's my dad, just glaring. [ laughter ] with his confusing, satanic expression. just looks like he's seducing all my friends. i was looking for any reason to escape my parents' house, and i took a spin class. i never do things like that. i just wanted to go for the cycling part. but then they were doing all this inspirational yelling
[ light laughter ] i don't know why that's happening with exercise now. like i don't need that. i don't like that idea of, like, "we're all in this together!" it's like, "no, we're not, kelsey. [ laughter ] we are not in this together. if i showed up at your house, you'd call the police. that's what would happen." and then she sensed me resisting, the instructor. she just kept trying to pull me in the jazz of it all. she goes, "look at rachel over there, bike 36, she's in the corner there, thinking, 'i'm a a rock star.'" [ laughter ] i'm like, "i have never had that thought in my life." [ laughter ] [ applause ] i'm like, "how dare you, kelsey? don't tell me what my mind says." i'm quietly dying in a private corner that i've chosen for myself. i've never even thought, "i'm a a rock." [ laughter ] and then, they make you say things to the person next to you. it's so awful. the instructor just kept going, "look at your neighbor on your right.
five and say, 'get it, girl!'" i'm like that's one of the worst things i've ever been asked to do. i was panicking. i'm like, "is there a second option? [ laughter ] can i just kill a bird or something?" [ applause ] and then she goes, "everyone, this is your moment. i want you to take control of your life right now and remove any toxic force that no longer serves you on your journey." [ audience ohs ] and this girl just goes, "i hate you, scott!" [ laughter and applause ] and that brought me so much joy, that i realized maybe i'm just a terrible person. maybe that's the problem. because this poor woman's pain is going to fill me up for months. i was laughing so hard, i was bent over weeping on my bike. [ light laughter ] that happened a long time ago. and i still walk back and forth with my roommate several times a
apartment, i'm just like, "i hate you, scott! this time it's real, scott. i have boundaries. i deserve better, scott. i'm a rock star." [ laughter ] and she's like, "whatever, your dad just called me a smoke show on facebook." [ applause ] [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: rachel feinstein. for more from rachel, please visit rachel-feinstein.com. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. please, come on. my thanks to margot robbie, stephen moyer, rachel feinstein once again! [ cheers and applause ] i've never said i am a rock. and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen, from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- kathy bates, from "killing gunther" actor and comedian, taran killam, music from japandroids, featuring the 8g band with joe russo. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. this is "late night." how is everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is fantastic to hear. before we get started, yesterday eminem released a free style rap video. did anybody see that? did anybody see that? yeah. [ cheers and applause ] in which he took on a number of political and social issues and